Suno

By
Photography Shawn Brackbill

Published February 17, 2015

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If the first ensemble to emerge on the runway from Suno’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection appeared unusually simple, it was no indication of what was to come. Following a loose-fitting black dress, the show began to unfurl, revealing Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis’ ingenuity. First, bits of textured red ribbon peaked out beneath the hem of another black dress. Then, ensembles began to pay a greater attention to the figure. A grey factory-girl dress was cinched at the waist with a simple belt, while an exotic flower placed on the shoulder complicated its proletariat theme. The collection evolved to become increasingly racy and electric—bright, thick stripes of color popped off of skirts, dresses, and coats that were more mod than sporty. But the show’s greatest treat arrived in the form of a brilliant floral pattern that decorated two styles of dresses. This busy design of flowers—glowing in green and pink-pastel—was a fusion of the tropical and art deco themes.

For more from NYFW Fall/Winter 2015, click here.